Association Nationale des Villes et Pays d’Art et d’Histoire et des Villes à Secteur Sauvegardé et Protégé

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Bitola

Called Monastir during the Ottoman empire, Bitola is the second largest city of FYROM with about 100,000 residents. Located just tens kilometers of Greece, the city has developed over the centuries along the river Dragor.

Former City of consuls and diplomats, Bitola has a important heritages buildings of the nineteenth and early twentieth century. He is consciencious of the development of his municipal heritage (around archaeological sites - remains of the ancient city of Heraclea - and development of city streets).

The traditional architecture must be valorized because this city has a quality urban with firstly the old Bazaar and secondly the "City of Consulates".

 

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